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Huge repairs backlog in 23 Edinburgh schools may see temporary closures

Education
Princes Street is a pressure point, the report warns

Edinburgh can’t cope with booming tourism, official report warns

News

Has the mystery of the cars in Edinburgh’s robot car park been solved?

Edinburgh

Date for 20mph rollout in Edinburgh South revealed

Transport

The Smiths ‘reunion’ tour is cancelled as bassist denies involvement

Entertainment

Heavy rain causes traffic chaos in Edinburgh

Transport

Missing Edinburgh OAP is traced safe and well

Edinburgh

High-value paintings stolen from Lothian home

Our Region

In pictures: The terrifying weapons horde of Scotland’s most sophisticated crime gang

Crime

Kevin Buckle: The missed opportunities Edinburgh will regret

Kevin Buckle
Ryan Montgomery receives the Dougie Geddes award from Corstorphine Rotary Club president Arthur Barlow

‘Remarkable’ Ryan is a real lifesaver

News
Members of the Grassmarket Community Project hillwalking group in Holyrood Park. Picture: Jane Barlow

Top city firms named at Edinburgh Business Awards

Business
Sarah Marchbank with Brian Thomson at Everest Base Camp

‘My sister was with me every step of the way to Everest Base Camp’

News 2
Gillian Ewing.

Family of Edinburgh mum who died in bin lorry crash agree £800k compensation

News
Ann and Bert Dow, from Stenhouse, who appear in Edinburgh Headway Group's award-winning brain injury video.

Couple share story in brain injury film

News
Staff member Beth Fisher at Earthy Food Stores, Canonmills. 
Pic Neil Hanna

Future of Earthy in doubt after business is sold

Edinburgh

Vintage machinery set for first Edinburgh Tractor World Show

Business

Barnardo’s volunteer Annette Lamb amazed at top charity prize

News

Lifeline Edinburgh charity faces closure as funding falls through

News 1

Meet the Liberton gardener set to take on the best at the world landscaping championships

News
Cruel vandals sprayed messages aimed at Mr Walker's late son. Pictures: Lisa Ferguson/Contributed

Cruel vandals taunt dad over death of his son

News

High-value paintings stolen from Lothian home

Our Region

Nine members of crime gang behind torture of Lothians man ‘jailed for 90 years’

Crime

Safe stolen from Broxburn Snooker Club

Our Region

Two women arrested over Princes Street armed robbery

Edinburgh

In pictures: The terrifying weapons horde of Scotland’s most sophisticated crime gang

Crime

Cathedral thief fled on nun’s bike

Crime

Three-figure cash sum stolen in weekend burglary

Our Region

Date for 20mph rollout in Edinburgh South revealed

Transport 7

Has the mystery of the cars in Edinburgh’s robot car park been solved?

Edinburgh 1

Swinney to Edinburgh tram inquiry: ‘I didn’t want Government to get blame’

Transport 7
Stewart Stevenson has cancelled his appearence after taking ill on a train.

Former transport minister cancels tram inquiry appearance after illness

Edinburgh
The lane has been blocked on the M8

Delays on M8 after car crashes into central reservation

Edinburgh
James Watt and Martin Dickie have plans to extend the BrewDog brand

BrewDog eyes opening a pub at Edinburgh Airport

Transport 2

Date set for Queensferry Crossing to become a motorway

Transport

In pictures: Edinburgh’s failed ‘robot’ car park

Transport

Forth Road Bridge is to get first full paint job since it opened

Edinburgh

Passengers slam ‘fire alarm chaos’ at Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh 4

Huge repairs backlog in 23 Edinburgh schools may see temporary closures

Education 1
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will visit the University of Edinburgh, Picture: AFP/Getty

Bill Gates set for University of Edinburgh agriculture visit

Edinburgh

Consultation extended over Wester Hailes-Currie school merger proposals

Edinburgh 1
Zakia Moulaoui from Invisible Cities who is providing haircuts and handing out toiletries to homeless people from the police box on Leith Walk. Photograph: Greg Macvean

Barbers think outside the box to give homeless free haircuts

Education

Susan Morrison: My milk-snatching, jannie-sniffing school days

Opinion

Edinburgh theatre takes flagship project to India

Edinburgh

John McLellan: Drummond High parents shouldn’t fear scary council

Opinion

Meetings to discuss merger plans for Currie High and WHEC

Edinburgh 1
Nicola and Ben

Nicola McKeown: Down’s baby help gave me hope

Opinion
Almost 86 per cent of A&E patients were dealt with within the four-hour target time

Scottish A&E waiting times performance improving despite flu outbreak

News
Half of all those over 75 say that their main source of company is the TV or a pet. Picture: John Devlin

Alex Cole-Hamilton: We face a hidden crisis of loneliness

Opinion

Maid Marian star Howard ‘Lew’ Lewis dies in Edinburgh hospital

News 3
Zakia Moulaoui from Invisible Cities who is providing haircuts and handing out toiletries to homeless people from the police box on Leith Walk. Photograph: Greg Macvean

Barbers think outside the box to give homeless free haircuts

Education
Debbie McKinnon says she tried every diet going before taking up swimming

Swimming slimmer takes to the pool to drop 7 stone

Edinburgh 2
Protest over closed St John's children's ward

Protest over continued closure of children’s ward

News 1

Scottish Government relaunch ‘Eat Better Feel Better’ campaign

Edinburgh

‘Scared’ mother’s heartfelt plea for dying son’s treatment cash

News

NHS Lothian worst ever A&E waiting times

Health

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

Health
The Fringe continues to grow

Euan McGrory: Edinburgh’s tourism boom needs to be properly managed

Opinion
Nicola and Ben

Nicola McKeown: Down’s baby help gave me hope

Opinion
Liz McAreavey is chief executive of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce

Liz McAreavey: Continuity will be Brexit watchword for now

Opinion
Olivia Giles, of the charity 500 Miles, outside its first orthotics and prosthetics centre in Malawi

Susan Dalgety: The Scots enriching the lives of Africa’s poorest

Opinion

Brian Monteith: It’s Ukip vs SFA and CBI in wacky race to obscurity

Opinion

Susan Dalgety: We need more like Adam Montgomery, fewer like Boris

Opinion

Susan Dalgety: Rich or poor, one half of the populations earns less

Opinion

Ian Swanson: While the haves gather the have-nots grow in number

Opinion 1
Henry Bolton is just the latest in a line of Ukip leaders who have failed to find a role for the party in the post-Brexit landscape. Picture: PA

Brian Monteith: It’s Ukip vs SFA and CBI in wacky race to obscurity

Opinion
Adam Montgomery, the late Provost of Midlothian, was a true politician of the people

Susan Dalgety: We need more like Adam Montgomery, fewer like Boris

Opinion
Some 100,000 more women are paid less than the living wage than men. Picture: PA

Susan Dalgety: Rich or poor, one half of the populations earns less

Opinion
Almost 86 per cent of A&E patients were dealt with within the four-hour target time

Scottish A&E waiting times performance improving despite flu outbreak

News
The conference centre in Davos where the World Economic Forum is being held. Picture: AP

Ian Swanson: While the haves gather the have-nots grow in number

Opinion 1
Half of all those over 75 say that their main source of company is the TV or a pet. Picture: John Devlin

Alex Cole-Hamilton: We face a hidden crisis of loneliness

Opinion
Amazing achievements take place on a daily basis across our schools. Picture: Getty

Alison Dickie: Let the young take the lead for once

Opinion 1

Alan Cumming makes £64K profit on ‘Indyref flat’ he bought in Edinburgh

Entertainment 9

Airbnb is ruining neighbourhoods claim angry residents

Business 4

Kezia Dugdale calls on Holyrood to tackle sexual harassment

News 3

SNP rejects claims of ‘Trump-like’ mocking of David Torrance

News 2
Princes Street is a pressure point, the report warns

Edinburgh can’t cope with booming tourism, official report warns

News 1

The Smiths ‘reunion’ tour is cancelled as bassist denies involvement

Entertainment
Liz McAreavey is chief executive of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce

Liz McAreavey: Continuity will be Brexit watchword for now

Opinion
Some 100,000 more women are paid less than the living wage than men. Picture: PA

Susan Dalgety: Rich or poor, one half of the populations earns less

Opinion
The planned new Next store will open next year

New Next store set to open in Lothians retail park

Our Region

Has the mystery of the cars in Edinburgh’s robot car park been solved?

Edinburgh 1